Barney Greengrass, the venerable Upper West Side fish counter, is running a special today; in honor of its centennial, prices are kicked back to 1908 levels, when a nickel got you a soda and a quarter a bowl of borscht. In those days, the Yanks played at Hilltop Park, pictured above in 1912. Look closely and you can see the prices: .75 cents for the grandstands, .50 for general admission, and a quarter for the bleachers. Don’t bet on the Steinbrenners running the same promotion when they move into the new digs in the Bronx.
[Ed Note: The Greengrass event is today, Wednesday.]